Wednesday Word for May 20, 2020

Today’s word comes from First Reader. Follow me on Facebook: @jjshaunauthor. Today’s Word Part of Speech adjective Definition Completely unable to understand; utterly confused or perplexed.To bewilder; confound; confuse. History This word was first used in 1832, meaning confused or perplexed. Synonyms addled, bewildered, perplexed Antonyms assured, enlightened, informed Usage and Examples Here are a … Continue reading Wednesday Word for May 20, 2020

Wednesday Word for May 20, 2020

Today’s word comes from a blog post. Follow me on Facebook: @jjshaunauthor. Today’s Word Part of Speech noun, adjective Definition Of, relating to, or characterized by asocial or antisocial behavior or exhibiting antisocial personality disorder.Behavioral pattern exhibited by patients with an antisocial personality disorder. History This word was first used in 1914, meaning asocial or … Continue reading Wednesday Word for May 20, 2020

Wednesday Word for April 22, 2020

Today’s word comes from the news. Follow me on Facebook: @jjshaunauthor. Today’s Word Part of Speech noun Definition Incitement of resistance to or insurrection against lawful authority.The crime of saying, writing, or doing something that encourages people to disobey their government.The crime of creating a revolt, disturbance, or violence against lawful civil authority with the … Continue reading Wednesday Word for April 22, 2020

Wednesday Word for April 8, 2020

Today’s word comes from a random word generator. Follow me on Facebook: @jjshaunauthor. Today’s Word Part of Speech adjective Definition Stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing.Stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or course of action.Unmoved by persuasion, pity, or tender feelings. History First seen in 15th century Middle English, borrowed from Late Latin obdūrātus, going back to … Continue reading Wednesday Word for April 8, 2020

Wednesday Word for March 25, 2020

Today’s word comes from a random word generator. Follow me on Facebook: @jjshaunauthor. Today’s Word Part of Speech adjective Definition Originating in or based on observation or experience.Depending upon experience or observation alone, without using scientific method or theory, especially as in medicine.Provable or verifiable by experience or experiment. History When empirical first appeared as … Continue reading Wednesday Word for March 25, 2020